How to Use Mercalli V4 SAL+ to Stabilize and Correct GTA Videos
If you are a fan of GTA (Grand Theft Auto) games, you know how exciting and immersive they can be. However, you may also encounter some issues with shaky or distorted videos when recording or editing your gameplay. This can ruin your experience and make your videos look unprofessional.
Fortunately, there is a solution: Mercalli V4 SAL+, a powerful video stabilizer and dynamic CMOS distortion correction software from proDAD. Mercalli V4 SAL+ can help you fix any video problems caused by camera shake, rolling shutter, or wobble effects. It can also enhance your videos with advanced features such as zooming, panning, rotating, and cropping.
In this article, we will show you how to use Mercalli V4 SAL+ to stabilize and correct your GTA videos in a few simple steps. You will learn how to:
Import your GTA videos into Mercalli V4 SAL+
Analyze and optimize your videos using the dashboard
Export your stabilized and corrected videos
By the end of this article, you will be able to create smooth and realistic GTA videos that will impress your viewers and friends.
Step 1: Import Your GTA Videos into Mercalli V4 SAL+
The first step is to import your GTA videos into Mercalli V4 SAL+. You can do this by clicking on the "Add Files" button on the top left corner of the main window. You can also drag and drop your files from your computer or external device.
Mercalli V4 SAL+ supports a wide range of video formats, including AVI, MP4, MOV, WMV, MTS, M2TS, MXF, and more. You can import multiple files at once and batch process them later.
Once you have imported your files, you will see them listed on the left panel of the main window. You can preview them by clicking on the play button or double-clicking on the file name. You can also rename, delete, or reorder your files using the buttons on the bottom of the panel.
Step 2: Analyze and Optimize Your Videos Using the Dashboard
The next step is to analyze and optimize your videos using the dashboard. The dashboard is where you can see all the information and settings related to your video stabilization and correction.
To access the dashboard, click on the "Dashboard" button on the top right corner of the main window. You will see a new window with several tabs: Stabilization, CMOS Correction, Border Handling, Export Settings, and Batch Processing.
The Stabilization tab is where you can adjust the level of stabilization for your video. You can choose from three presets: Universal (for general use), Intensive (for high-shake videos), or Smooth (for low-shake videos). You can also customize the stabilization parameters such as roll compensation, zoom compensation, pan shot smoothing, tilt shot smoothing, and rotation shot smoothing.
The CMOS Correction tab is where you can fix any distortion or wobble effects caused by CMOS sensors in your camera. You can choose from two presets: Automatic (for general use) or Manual (for fine-tuning). You can also adjust the CMOS correction parameters such as rolling shutter correction, wobble correction x-axis, wobble correction y-axis, skew correction x-axis, skew correction y-axis, and shear correction.
The Border Handling tab is where you can control how Mercalli V4 SAL+ handles the borders of your video after stabilization and correction. You can choose from three options: Dynamic Zoom-In (to zoom in and crop out any black borders), Dynamic Borders (to fill in any black borders with blurred pixels), or Static Borders (to keep any black borders as they are).
The Export Settings tab is where you can configure the output format and quality of your video. You can choose from various presets such as YouTube HD 1080p 30fps MP4 or Custom (to set your own parameters). You can also adjust the export settings such as codec, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, audio format, audio bitrate, audio channels, and audio sample rate. aa16f39245